Achievement Standard 91241 (2.2) 'CSI Chicago' V3 2018
Demonstrate geographic understanding of an urban pattern
This new internal achievement standard looks at the urban pattern of murder inChicago – the spatial and temporal variations in the pattern of its location, exploring factors and circumstances that contribute to this pattern which may include ethnicity, gangs, gentrification and social issues.
This resource will help students to develop an understanding of Burgess’s Concentric Model and its original intent, how gentrification has impacted on ethnic groups, ghettos and Gang turf and look at crime statistics for the city districts. Activities make connections to London and New Zealand crime.
Many of the resource activities have a skills based component, with the drawing, analysis and comparison of graphs and maps.
Written with past moderation experience, current Social Science advisor and up-to-date NZQA and MoE practices.
This CD includes:
· Teaching guide
· Teaching activities
· Crime Information resources
· Chicago Information resources
· Assessment activity
· Assessment resources
· Assessment Schedule